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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24545] - DataSourceRealm cannot see JNDI DataSource defined within a Context
Date Thu, 08 Jan 2004 15:35:59 GMT
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DataSourceRealm cannot see JNDI DataSource defined within a Context





------- Additional Comments From david.wahlund@home.se  2004-01-08 15:35 -------
I'm trying to run a server with multiple instances of the same application 
configured for different customers. I need each application to have it's own 
datasource and realm.
I can't see the logic in beeing able to create a context specific datasource 
and realm but not beeing able to use _that_ datasource _for_ the realm. I think 
the demand for a global datasource breaks the whole idea with the application 
specific configuration.

The worst part is that Remy wont listen to reason neither explain why he 
refuses to add this feature.

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